Check out Sara Milligan's virtual walk-through of her poster at CUNY 2020!

This year’s CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing was held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic. That means that Sara’s video walk-through of her poster (and the poster and the transcript) is available in perpetuity for your viewing pleasure at this link https://osf.io/umzvx/. Her project, which is also her masters thesis, explores the factors that influence how people extract phonological information from words before looking at them (i.e., phonological preview benefit). She finds that phonological preview benefit requires strong expectations from the sentence context and a reader with good phonological decoding abilities.

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Eye Movements and Cognition Lab at the University of South Florida

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